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d here that a small, light-draft Canadian steamer has been seized off the coast of Maine by a United States revenue cutter. The steamer had on board about ten thousand Springfield muskets, clothing, boots, bank-note paper, caps, and munitions of war. She was cleared from Canada, and the cargo was consigned to parties in the Southern States. Maryland Delegation in Congress. Washington, Dec. 2. --The representatives present in the House to-day; from Maryland, were Messrs. Calvert, May, and Leary, who voted to lay on the table the resolutions of Mr. Eliot, of Massachusetts, declaring that the President, and the officers in command under him, have the right to emancipate all the staves in any military district in a state of insurrection against the National Government. Confiscation of a Southern vessel. New London, Ct., Dec. 2. --The bark Samuel Moxley, partly owned in Apalachicola, Fla., was seized to-day under the confiscation act by the collector at this port